Double the pudding – double the pleasure


I made this dessert up. I mean, I am sure that something like this already exist, but I didn’t look for anything, I had in my mind what was I gonna do and how. πŸ™‚ And by the title, you can’tΒ even tellΒ that I am not in fact a marketing pro…

The only thing I adapted was the cookie crumbles on top, it was originally supposed to be chocolate decoration – sliced to make wavy shapes. I know… Awesome.

But in absence of milk or cooking chocolate I’ve remembered that I like to eat pudding with biscuits/cookies. And… voila! The idea was made in making. And – the dessertΒ is gluten free!

The instructions are pretty simple, but I will do the recipe shortcut. Just because I can. And because I’m Fansy – song inserted. ForΒ Angie’s Fiesta Friday number 16!

Double pleasure - Chocolate & Vanilla Pudding

  • Servings: 5 (I had leftovers)
  • Difficulty: easy
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Chocolate pudding – gluten free

Vanilla pudding – gluten free

1 Liter of milk (500 mL for each pudding)

Sugar – 2-3 spoons for every pudding mixture

Cookies – crumbled





Read the behind of the pudding mix bag. I usually put half a liter of milk aside and from that I take 6 spoons of milk into a bowl. The rest I put on a stove on light flame. In the bowl I add sugar (2-3 spoons) and content of the bag – he pudding powder. I stir the mixture by hand untilΒ the rest of the milk boils. I remove it from the stove before milk goes over and then put it back now adding the thick mixture from the bowl while stirring. I let it cook for a minute or two, mixing with spoon and then pour it in the prepared cups. It is very important that the inside of a cup, or glass, or a bowl, wherever you put the pudding in is wet, because otherwise the pudding will stick to the inside of it and it will be impossible to get out like I did in this recipe.

I made the pudding from vanilla first and pour it to the half of glasses. Then left them to cool in the fridge and half an hour later I repeated the thing with chocolate pudding. When that was done, I pour it to the top and left to cool down. After another half an hour I placed the pudding on plates with a help of a toothpick (go with a toothpick around the inner side to detach the pudding completely from the glass). I put the cookie crumbles on top and strawberries on that. Yumm!


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47 thoughts on “Double the pudding – double the pleasure

  1. Yum-mm… the pudding is so mouthwatering, especially when they are my favorite – strawberries!!
    Must have tasted divine…???
    Geetika |

  2. Delicious πŸ˜‹

  3. Okay! So I need one of these (better, two!). These are absolutely divine. ❀

  4. Lovely Ivy – sounds like it is a comfort type of pudding! Thanks for bringing this to the party!

    • Thank you for commenting πŸ™‚ Oh yes indeed, but for the comfort I would need more portions πŸ˜€

  5. Are you from Alaska (from which Mosquito is the state bird)? Great idea to mix the two puddings for a simple dessert; kind of reminds me of an ice cream swirl (AKA, half and half) from Tastee Freeze, which I visited often while growing up (in Alaska). Thanks for joining the party.

    • Hehe, thank you for welcoming me. Oh, no, I’m on the other side of the world almost.. I explained why mosquito in a few posts on my blog… I am allergic to them πŸ™‚

      I am from Croatia, in Europe.

  6. Okay, it’s morning here but can I have that for breakfast anyway? LoL
    It looks amazing πŸ™‚

  7. Oooh I want some of these now!! So yummy looking! Fab idea too!

  8. This looks so good, Ivy. Didn’t know you were a cook. Really like how you put the photos of the pudding-making process. It helped me visualise what you were doing. How did the final product taste like? Sweet? Soft? Yummy? πŸ˜€

    • I wasn’t hahahaha… Well ok, that is a lie, I know how to cook but cooking is something that is always been so boring to me and I tried to avoid it as much as I could… But, recently I disovered some awesome ways to prepare food (for e. the Paleo diet – not a diet just a way of eating) and a stumbled upon awesome food blogs which made me drool in front of my laptop… And I enjoy making food, salt or sweet with my boyfriend I really like to cook with him and for him and me (it is so different because usually when I cook I have to make meals for 4-5 people, and making them for him and me – I like that)
      So… I started experimenting and then Justine from Eclectic nods introduced me to Fiesta Fridays….. Do not look entries for FF on an emty stomach, that is a rule πŸ˜€ If you like it, go to my “Food” category to find all of my post related so far. πŸ˜‰

      • Hahaha! I am like you, cooking has always been boring to me too and it’s hard to find the energy to do it. Cooking with someone else sounds like a lot of fun. Sometimes the two of you might have a different way of cooking and start arguing when you are making a dish πŸ˜€

        It’s good that you like to cook for your boyfriend. I hope the dishes you created taste great and both of you like to eat πŸ™‚

      • Hahahaha, I will tell him to read this comment – he is trying to keep up with my blog but he’s more visual type XD He likes photos, columns are hard hahahaha πŸ˜€

        Yeah, there is no fighting when we cook, only messing with each other, what we do all the time. I hope so too, thank you ❀

      • You and your boyfriend sound very loved up, and a very lovely couple. I think you both are meant for each other πŸ˜€

      • That is very kind of you to say πŸ™‚ I hope so too, and he hopes do too πŸ˜€ You just never know what the life can bring, but we are hoping for the best. πŸ™‚

    • And I didn’t answer, they tasted creamy but not soft, more lika panna cota if you ever hade one… πŸ™‚ And the combo with cookies and strawberries was great πŸ˜€

      • No, I never had panna cotta…yes, I am very “behind” on my desserts, which is a shame because I love eating them! I love cookies+strawberries combo – milkshakes, cakes, tarts, ice-cream – especially when there is a dash of chocolate sauce somewhere.

      • And you see, I have never tried tarts, I have heard of them, maybe tried something similar, but we don’t have the mixture here – or I just haven’t seen it. Try to make this, it is very easy πŸ™‚

  9. Looks absolutely delicious πŸ™‚

  10. Yum, yum, yum! I want lots of this. Lots and lots and lots! πŸ™‚

    • Hehehe, thanks πŸ™‚ I did too… You would NEVER guess, but the portions are actually small. Too small πŸ˜₯

      Maybe next time I place it in a bowl and put it upside down and just make a cake out of it XD

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  13. Nice Ivy! This looks great!!! So fun!

    • Thank you so much πŸ˜€ I thought of you when I bought the gluten free pudding in a bag πŸ™‚

      • Ah that’s sweet…well it really sounds and looks amazing! You did a great job on it!

      • The empty plates five seconds after have proven that πŸ˜€

        I mean… I spend so much time on it and then after ten minutes like I didn’t do anything… So – photos first haha

      • Hahaha πŸ™‚

      • I just wrote my non-parmesan cheese post! Hope you enjoy it! πŸ™‚ I tagged you in it. πŸ˜€

      • That is awesome, I am on my way…….. weeeeeee πŸ˜€

      • πŸ˜€

  14. mmm that looks good, makes me crave some dessert right about now! πŸ˜€

    • Tell me about it… I seriously started thinking that I’m a masochist because when I enter the Fiesta Friday I get to see all the entries and my mouth are filling up as I type this.

      My mind is like: “Whyyyyyy, why you do this to me?”
      And I am drooling in front of my laptop…

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